Simon Jablonski is a freelance writer and failed musician. He escaped the Shire for London to study philosophy and become a penniless writer, he succeeded. Ale makes him rant about Pavement. He has poetic pretentions and writes short stories about people. He often says 'if music be the food of love, rock on.' He loves big hills and cinema, and is scared of David Cameron.
The fresh talent discovered by the indie auteur chats to us about her intense and gruelling role in 'Lore'
Back after a decade with a new film featuring Hollywood eccentrics Bill Murray and Charlie Sheen, the cult filmmaker speaks to us about his Four Stories short film project
The American artist cuts up the boundaries between art, architecture and sound for his ambitious Altered Earth project
LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy on selling out Madison Square Gardens and making dance music as a rock band
We chat to the British director about Catholicism and ambiguous cinema
The Trainspotting author takes time out from writing his new novel to tell us about his current obsession
The filmmakers showed his short 'Promotional Video' at the recent RCA event
We sat down with the maverick director to talk Mia Farrow, Seinfeld and hedgehogs
The legendary director on film journalism, Robert Pattinson and the importance of dialogue
The filmmaker and designer Damir Doma created an expanding pixelated phantom for 'Maschinezeit'
The author of Drive on Ryan Gosling, writing the sequel and the freedom of driving fast
Filmed in India, 'Holi' captures the colour and chaos of the Hindu festival
We meet the actor out at Cannes to chat about his new role in Wes Anderson's 'Moonrise Kingdom' and his band
We leapt aboard a yacht to chat to the Thai director about ghosts, reincarnation and his new film, 'Mekong Hotel'
A fistfight goes all weird when the opponent's trouser pockets take on a life of their own
What would a rabbit have to say about the housing situation and other burning social issues? Find out in Elia's 'Britain’s New Underclass'
These dancers from Johannesburg's Real Action Pantsula Dance crew will make you smile and move your feet
Dazed asked friends and family to create three-minute clips for Channel 4's series of televised art
Having collaborated wih Dazed on a film about Kabul’s Skateistan charity project, director Orlando von Einsiedel has now been shortlisted for the 2012 Vimeo Awards
As the legendary US film festival comes to the UK this week, we talk to the director of 'Nobody Walks'
Paolo Sorrentino talks of his eccentric new film featuring Sean Penn as a washed up rock star in slow pursuit of a Nazi war criminal
Festival creator Jamie Rhodes on giving the homeless not only a voice but also a creative outlet
Directed by her brother Jasset, we premiere the actress' latest short film, 'Dame Judy'
The actor, starring in Andrew Stanton's sci-fi epic, on being called the new Brad Pitt and his exhaustive filming schedule
The Irish director this week unleashed 'Dollhouse' on the German film festival
We pay tribute to the legendary installation artist, who sadly passed away yesterday, by revisiting the last interview he did for Dazed & Confused
The British filmmaker takes on an adaptation of W.G. Sebald's book for a epic and contemplative journey through film
Starting this week, the London Short Film Festival is showing four of the BAFTA winner's films
The eccentric actor and director, in London to show his films, chats about propaganda, the importance of taboo and shifting the Occupy movement into movie theatres
The Submarine actor talks about being an obsessed Eminem fan, his signature moves and how he's in the process of writing his own show
In Dazed's December issue we spoke to the talented actor about London as a source of inspiration and swapping philosophy studies for acting
Lynne Ramsey’s adaptation of the best-selling book 'We Need To Talk About Kevin' stars Miller as a troubled kid, raised by Tilda Swinton and John C. Reilly
The Austrian artist tells us about creating strange and mellow art for his latest installation and being inspired by techno clubs
In the new 20th Anniversary Issue of Dazed & Confused, we interviewed the iconic artist to discuss his latest show at the British Museum
The band discuss producing their spectacular score to accompany Neil Marshall's Doomsday film at last week's film festival in Jersey
The director's latest release, featuring John Goodman and Michael Parks, looks at religious extremism and hypocrisy
We speak to the artist and director at the Jersey-based festival about his new exhibition taking film-footage creating a utopian life
The man who reinvented Batman for the modern age tells us why superheroes give us hope in the age of the apocalypse
Having started out directing music videos for Blur, Coldplay and Dizzee Rascal, Jamie Thraves' latest feature film looks at a man who abandons his family and starts living on the streets of London
Renowned BBC correspondent Martin Bell sits down with Dazed to discuss journalism on the front line, the rise of the celebrity reporter and writing poetry
The Nothern Irish photographer returns from documenting South London gangs and trapped Chilean miners with a series of incisively personal portraits from his Northern Belfast community
We talk to Joe Cornish about his directorial debut in which a south London street gang battles a colony of aliens
French filmmakers Renaud Barret and Florent de La Tullaye bring Banda Billili’s band off the streets of Congo and out into the world
Focused on female filmmakers, the Bird's Eye View Film Festival event explores the relationship between fashion and film at the BFI Southbank
Joanna Hogg's absurdist comedy focuses on the drama inevitably brought on by a family reunion
David Michôd's film debut follows 17-year-old Joshua and his psychotic family as he comes to terms with teenage life in Melbourne, Australia
We chat to the real-life subject of Danny Boyle's harrowing biopic and find out how his indomitable fighting spirit saved his life
We introduce you to a new Genevan art project that explores "the truth of the image"
Henry Joost and Nev Schulman's doc style take on internet dating and cyber friendships will have you both laughing and cringing
Dazed talks to Oscar-winning director Fernando Trueba and Spanish artist Javier Mariscal about Chico, the jazz pianist, and the love of his life, Rita